Happy Libraries Week!
I grew up raiding my local library on an almost weekly basis, leaving with armfuls of books and racing through them excitedly so I could grab some more.
Last week, I returned to my local library after a pandemic-induced hiatus, and it felt so good to be back with some new reading material to devour!
It’s no secret that out libraries here in the UK are rather at risk – but they offer so much to our communities, and not just in terms of books to read! They’re spaces to gather and learn, places people can access the internet and vital services, and gateways to opportunity.
Naturally, to mark Libraries Week 2021, I penned a poem, celebrating these special places.
Read more of my poetry:
Domme’s Surname imposed, and more
Kate Drummond Nominated for a Canadian Screen Award
Poem | Sestet in the City
Singer Who Tried To Scam Free Business Class Upgrade And Told British Airways Flight Attendant "I Wa...
Singapore Maxi CAB Booking | Party BUS Booking Singapore
An Antiques and Ivory Rustic Bridal Shower
New Makeup + my Hen Party! Weekly Vlog # 231. In this vlog I...
Podróże w ciąży - greckie Cyklady - Carmelatte Fashion & Travel
New Release Book Review: The Summer Party by Rebecca Heath
Top 3 Unique New Year Office Party Ideas for 2023
Healing from the vaccine with 40 days of pranayama - Yogigems
Rescue in Action